What’s the difference between a disaster recovery plan and an IT continuity plan?

by Fraser Saunders

Disaster recovery is an action that is taken in response to an event onsite that interrupts regular operations, whereas an IT continuity plan has already assessed the need to have continuous operations in place. In the event of a potential interruption, the IT continuity plan will be activated and normal operations will resume while the affected infrastructure is restored.

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